Sixes, located in Fulham, is the only venue in London to provide cricket simulators with exceptional dining and hospitality. Styled as batting nets, the Sixes Cricket Simulator is the ultimate immersive experience, taking the style of Top Golf, Flight Club and Puttshack to new, refined heights in the world of the quintessential English sport.
The social venue, co-founded by Mac and Wild’s Andy Waugh and Calum Mackinnon, has revolutionised the capital’s entertainment landscape, allowing visitors to eat, drink, and bat in state-of-the-art batting nets available to hire by the hour to test their cricket skills with friends and family.
The revolutionary nets aren’t the only star of the show though, with Sixes offering stunning English gastro-pub inspired food for both inside and outside dining. Utilising the best of British produce, the menu encompasses contemporary twists on well-loved classics such as the Sixes Sausage Roll, classic Prawn cocktail cups with king prawn, baby gem & avocado, Dorset cider steamed mussels creamed with shallots, leeks & herbs, and Lemon fried chicken with kiev butter dip.
A variety of indulgent sharing dishes are also on offer for groups including the Crispy shredded pork shoulder served with sticky soft buns, rich BBQ gravy & sweet apple ketchup, or a Trio of roast beef mini buns. For a quintessentially British summer treat, guests can also enjoy Classic Eton Mess with fresh strawberries & clotted cream, folded together with crisp, pink peppercorn meringue.
For younger ones who have been missing sport throughout the pandemic, Sixes is also offering free kids cricket from April 12th, with parents being able to make a voluntary donation to the Ruth Strauss Foundation. In early 2018, Ruth Strauss, wife of former England cricket captain, Sir Andrew Strauss, was diagnosed with an incurable lung cancer that affects non-smokers, and died from the disease months later.
“We’re very excited to partner with Sixes Cricket Club and have the support of their families through their activities. The partnership will help us raise awareness of our cause and much needed funds to help ensure that all families with dependant children, facing the death of a parent, are offered emotional support and guidance to prepare for the future, allowing them to make the most of their time left together."- Alexandra Cullen, Head of Fundraising RSF
An excellent social spot for both day and night, guests can tuck into a range of hearty mains as well as craft spirits, drinks and beverages that add the finishing touches to the quintessentially English Sixes experience.
New for 2021, the club is also offering a membership package, which will allow people to work from the venue and enjoy a bat on your lunch break as well as be a great family go -to for weekend entertainment (and sport!). A fresh, exciting way to work away from the office or keep the kids occupied, Sixes are expecting the memberships to be a huge success, priced at just £50 per month for an adult or £75 for a family (two adults and two children) and including unlimited cricket within membership hours.
In further exciting news, Sixes has opened a second location in Fitzrovia. Just a 20-minute walk from Lords Cricket Ground, and with 4 nets, an 80 cover restaurant and separate bar, it will be the ultimate entertaining venue. The brand also has big aspirations with plans to launch two more sites in Manchester and Oxford later in the summer.
Whether you’re after a day out with the family, a long-overdue work party or just a fun night out with friends, Sixes is the perfect destination, and set to be the jewel in the crown of the social entertainment boom this year.